Voter tally finalized — General election takes place Nov. 4

By Daria Kroupoderova
Northwest Asian Weekly

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King County voters have decided who will be in the general election. There were ten API candidates in the running.

Sarah Sanoy-Wright is running for Representative position no. 2 in Legislative District no. 11. Sanoy-Wright received 34 percent of the vote while her opponent, Steve Bergquist received 66 percent. Both are moving forward to the general election.

Shari Song is running for State Senator in Legislative District no. 30. During the primary election, she received 43 percent of the vote, while her opponent, Mark Miloscia, received 57 percent of the vote. Both are moving forward to the general election.

Incumbent Cindy Ryu is running for Representative position no. 1 in Legislative District no. 32. She has no opponent and received 96 percent of the vote. With no one running against her, Ryu will not have to worry about the general election.

Mia Su-Ling Gregerson received 49 percent of the vote for Representative position no. 2 in Legislative District no. 33. Her two opponents, Jeannette Burrage and Les Thomas received 37 percent and 13 percent, respectively. Gregerson and Burrage will be moving forward to the general election.

Pramila Jayapal and Louis Watanabe are both are running for the State Senator position in Legislative District no. 37 with four other candidates. Jayapal received 54 percent of the vote while Watanabe received 16 percent. Both will be moving forward to the general election since they took the top two spots during the primary election.

Incumbent Sharon Tomiko Santos is running for Representative position no. 1 in Legislative District no. 37. Santos received 86 percent of the vote while her two opponents Daniel Bretzke and John Dickinson received 8 percent and 5 percent respectively. Santos and Bretzke will be moving forward to the general election.

Jessica Spear is running for Representative position no. 2 in Legislative District no. 43. Spear received 20 percent of the vote while incumbent Frank Chopp received 79 percent of the vote. Both will be moving forward to the general election.

Incumbent Cyrus Habib is running for State Senator in Legislative District no. 48. Habib walked away with 63 percent of the vote while his opponent, Michelle Darnell, received 36 percent of the vote. Both will be moving forward to the general election.

Marcus Naylor is running for Judge position no. 3 and received 20 percent of the votes. His opponents, Lisa O’Toole and Rick Leo received 61 percent and 19 percent respectively. Naylor and O’Toole will be moving forward to the general election.

The general election will take place Nov. 4. (end)

Daria Kroupoderova can be reached at info@nwasianweekly.com.

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